The Histories (2)

  • 第261页
    79.Thus were the Magi slain;and the seven,cutting off both thedrove heads.and leaving their own wounded in the palace,partly becausethey were disabled,and partly to guard the citadel,went forthfrom...
  • 第243页 Book III
    Amasis给盟友Polycrates写了一封信:我几乎从没见过哪个运气如此之好如此顺风顺水之人能有善终,为了不让神嫉妒,朋友,请把你最珍贵的东西丢掉。Then, if thy good fortune be not thenceforce chequered with i...

柏拉图对话中的神 (2)

  • 论毕达哥拉斯定理
    人类但凡有能力,总会处处支配。” 撇开两方均有这个必要性的情况不谈,正义是一种源自调和的友爱。调和是矛盾双方的统一;矛盾双方又分别是作为世界中心的这个存在和作为世界小角落的那个存在。只有当思想所包含...
  • 论毕达哥拉斯定理
    然而,有一种人称的放弃和一种友爱,基督不在其间,即便他的名得到清楚而热情的呼唤。当人们放弃单数第一人称而转入复数第一人称时,这种情况就会发生。自我与他人的关系,转换为本质上几乎无异的我们。这几个项...

中国传统诗歌与诗学 (1)

  • 2
    这里没有任何冒险,亲爱的读者,我们并非在游戏人类生活或种族命运,它们仅仅是一些诗,它们只会积存你的误读和我。它们等待千年只为有人读与误读。它们有耐心并将逗留下一个千年。对于我们可能为寻求事实所施展...

Critique of Judgement (3)

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    Indeed, what is agreeable in the liveliest way requires no judgment at all about the character of the object, as we can see in people who aim at nothing but enjoyment (this is the word we use to ma...
  • 1.1.1-1.1.9
    We saw that in aesthetic reflective judgments we judge the subjec tive purposiveness that nature displays in the empirical intuition (of something apprehended by the imagination)and that we judge t...
  • 1.1.1-1.1.9
    1. Beautiful is what, whithout a concept, is liked universally. A paradigm would be the judgement, "The rose at which I am looking is beautiful", provided that this judgement is made without using ...
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